Camden is in charge of what toys to play with and how they get played. I'm sure he's thinking, 'Finally, no more Disney Princess games! and no more tutus!' since his older cousin is now in pre-school. It will be all trucks and balls and dirt, I guess.
but I think this little Mohawk on Camden looks pretty cute. I don't care for Mohawks on anyone but I've always done this to babies. It's been more of a Cupie Doll look rather than Mohawk but if the shoe fits...
We got the kids a new toy to play with this summer. I had seen it at the home of a little girl I've never met in Oklahoma (Hi, Joselyn!) It appeared in a blog that Camden's-never-met-but-was-born-one-day-before-me friend Parker played with. I thought what a great idea this little water park would be! Camden helped Papa put it together...he actually supervised the construction and was very excited that water got to be added to this new toy!
While all the grown women folk went for their spa day, the Daddys decided to take all the kids for a bike ride. Last year, we could have fit one more kid in here because these two were still pretty tiny. But now? Barely room for them!
Yes, Camden is only 18 months old. And yes, that's Papa buying him a fishing pole. At this age, Camden would prefer to play with the packaging instead of the pole, but Papa wants to be prepared for next year!
A very important stop in our time in Jackson proper, is a stop at Jack Dennis Fly shop. Here Daddy and Camden examine the minutea of fly fishing flies. Camden was not impressed because he couldn't put them in his mouth.
If you mention West Yellowstone to our family, they all think of the best ice cream around. It is in a little store on main street and is usually so packed with people that you have to wait about 20 minutes for your order. While you stand out on the street. Everyone got ice cream except me (don't care for it) and this little guy. He doesn't care for it at this point either. But we had fun watching everyone else slurp up their after dinner treats.